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    mesoslo Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    After watching the Jets give up that huge run to the browns do you think lomo will have an awesome day agsint the jets?

    Mangina was once a defensive cordinator, who coached Dbs well.
     
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    Being a RAT, obviously!
     
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    Mangini's coaching strength was following what BB told him. Unfortunately, BB no longer tells him stuff.
     
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    He was an excellent water boy while he was here. He always made sure the players had fresh cups. He was tough on the players too…..if one of them tried to get a drink before finishing his sprints, Mangini would usually run to Master Bill and try to snitch on the thirsty player.

    Belichick later dubbed him “water boy wonder”, and then later “boy genius”. Hearing these praises, the front office of the Jets got excited and hired the enthusiastic water boy. Shortly after the Jets changed his name to Mangenius. The rest is history.
     
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    Mangini Coaching Strengths.
    This thread has been up all night.
    Mighty short list compiled.
     
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    Snarf Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Mangini's coaching strength is that he sucks.

    Oh wait, you wanted a strength.
     
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    No.

    Sammy Morris might have though.
     
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    Greatest strength: He remembered enough of what he learned from BB to have one good season.
     
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    Tubby Ratfink's coaching strength is spotting video cameras on the opposing team's sideline.
     
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    It sure isn't clock management.. His decisions at the end of yesterday's game were the worst since Donovan McNabb/Andy Reid's 'no need to hurry up we're down by 10 with 6 minutes left' in SB 39.
    Down by 5 they recover the onside kick and get to the 20 with a 4th and 10 ,2 minutes and full 3 time outs left. You go for it and if you fail, you still can get the ball back with time. no he kicks a fg and hopes they can get another onside.
    Odds of successful onside are 1/6. Odd of 2 sucessful ones are 1/36 (2.8%) have to believe the odds of making a 4th and 10 (especially against the Browns ) are better than that.
     
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